The Root Causes Behind Failed Recoveries
sponsored by SunGard Availability Services

The reason the term "business continuity" generally follows the term "disaster recovery" is because if a company successfully recovers from a crisis, it can continue. If a company fails to recover, that means discontinued business. Inoperable systems or unavailable staff, for even as little as a few hours, can cause  irreparable loss of revenue and damage to your reputation, not to mention customer relationships.

This paper was written with the goal of helping you avoid failed recoveries. Read on now for a discussion of the root causes behind failed recoveries and explore topics such as:

  • Failure to plan
  • Failure to manage change
  • Failure to validate or test your DR strategy
  • And more

 

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